What is tourism?

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Tourism is defined as the activity of touring, especially for pleasure. Examples of tourism include visiting the Grand Canyon, traveling to a foreign country or going on an Alaskan cruise. People who are engaging in tourism are known as "tourists."

The economies of many states rely on tourism. Most states have a department devoted to tourism to promote their state and encourage people to travel there. These tourism departments direct visitors to popular attractions and events in each state, along with the best places to dine. They also assist people in finding suitable accommodations, from condominium rentals to rustic campgrounds.

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Ask.com Answer for: what is tourism
tour·ism
[toor-iz-uhm]
NOUN
1.
the activity or practice of touring, especially for pleasure.
2.
the business or industry of providing information, accommodations, transportation, and other services to tourists.
3.
the promotion of tourist travel, especially for commercial purposes.
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